Poku Mensah is an artist of Ghanaian nationality born in Accra- Ghana in 1992.
He receives an education in international schools during half of his childhood years.
In 2010, admitted to Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts, he pursues Architecture but failure to completion leads him to Paris in 2011. In 2012 he is admitted to Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris. Mensah attains his Masters degree (DNSAP) on December 2017 after admission to the post-graduate residency; Van Eyck Academy on September 2017.
Mensah’s first international exposure was the Biennial of Dakar in May 2016. Then after being presented at the Salon d’Automne on the Champs Elysee in 2016, he participates in the exhibition, Capital Africa at LaVillette (Paris) under the curatorial management of Simon Njami in June 2017. He then interns for Claudy Jongstra in Friesland Netherlands during the summer of July 2017.
He is currently a guest lecturer in Sculpture at the Chiang Mai University.